These were originally made for my own practice, and decided to share them, so they don't go to waste ~ please forgive the low sound quality and rambling cantillation.
Here are a number of Tehillim - Psalms. The first clip, "Az Yashir" is not actually a Psalm - it's the "Song at the Sea" : Exodus 14:30-15:19, which is part of the daily prayer service. It's included here because it is in a sense the "primary" song, it being the oldest. Everything else here are "Psalms of David," from the Book of Psalms, "The Psalter," or in Hebrew "Tehillim." Some have titles that obviously identify what chapter they are; the other clips contain Psalms as follows:
[List doesn't always match the order of the clips]
[If the item doesn't play, go to the bottom of the page and follow whatever links exist to that title.]
The "Flowing" series will include more psalms as time allows. These are verse by verse readings, in Hebrew and English, with the English reading in smooth prose, as opposed to the word-for-word parsing in some of the other clips.
The "Kabbalat Shabbat" clip includes Psalms 95,96, 97,98, 99, and 29.
The Shir Ha Ma-alot are the 15 psalms [120-134] that begin with those words: "A Song of Ascents." They are sung on Shabbat after Mincha during the winter months, along with psalm 104. Several of them show up at other occasions as well.
The "Psukei Dzimra" clip are four of the Psalms from the daily morning service: Psalms 146, 147, 148 and 149. It also includes "Vay Yevareich David," an excerpt from the k'tuvim, I Chronicles 29:10-13.
Psalm 100 is read every weekday.
Psalm 104 is read on Rosh Chodesh [new moon], and on Shabbes just after mincha.
The "Tikkun ha Klali is Rabbi Nachman's "Repair of Everything," which includes Psalms 16, 32, 41, 42, 59, 77, 90, 105, 137, and 150.
This is an unusual version of the 23rd Psalm. There are many tunes to Psalm 23, and this is one I made up and orchestrated.
Psalm 67 and "Baruch she'Amar" a blessing that precedes the daily Psukei d'Zimra.
"Hallel" is the set of six Psalms 113-118, which are sung on the Festivals, the new moon, and other times. This reading includes the brachot [blessings] that are read before and after. [this recording will be updated when I get a better one...]
Psalm 47 is said 7 times during the Musaf of Rosh Hashana, so that the name "Elohim" is said 49 times.
The "Gan Tehillim" clips include psalms 94, 81, 48, 19, 91, 27, 49 [first clip] and 104, 105, 30, 23, 107 [clip two]. These are done as esthetic experiences, meditations on Holy beauty. Clip three are psalms 47, 120 - 133, 29, 95, 67, 145-150.
I have versions of these and others posted on youtube, with Hebrew / English / Transliterated visual assists to enhance learning. They are here: http://www.youtube.com/sharbinah